#13: Most Memorable character death. Lash and Ricardo. My favorite PCs (in a game that I GMed.) Both died when they threw a fit around a major daemon lord. Because it was a scene of significant carnage, their souls were kind of mixed in with a number of other dead--there had recently been a battle (in which the PCs participated) between intelligent gorillas and the amazons of the City of Naked Hotties who Ride Dinosaurs Into Battle.
To be fair, it wasn't so much the death itself that was memorable as the later consequences. The daemon lord had a certain fondness for Ricardo in particular, so it grabbed the souls of the two PCs and stuffed them back into bodies, however it did so a little bit indiscriminately. Womanizing playboy Ricardo was stuffed into the body of a Fast Times era Phoebe Cates amazon warrior girl, while Lash was stuck in the body of a gorilla. That whole body-switching Freaky Friday routine ended up being tons of fun, and we ran with it for quite a while until it got a little played out and I decided to find a way to reverse it for them. Although the players agreed that he joke was a little played out, I think they also found it just a bit disappointing to have it undone.
#14: Best Convention Purchase. I don't really go to conventions very often, and I don't buy stuff very often when I do. I bought the systemless Freeport book when I was at GenCon last though (it was new at the time; that's how long it's been since I've been.) It's still one of my favorite RPG books even today.
#15: Favorite Convention Game. That's got to be a toss-up; both were--by coincidence, True20 games, but it was the setting, the GM and the players that made them great. A planetary romance game set on a space opera version of Saturn with a motley collection of losers as the crew of a crashed space ship, or a DINO-PIRATES OF NINJA ISLAND game with... again, a motley collection of losers as the main characters.
My favorite games tend to be ensemble pieces that resemble Guardians of the Galaxy in a lot of ways. Adjusted for genre, of course, but with pretty much the same tone anyway.
#16: Game You Wish You Owned. There isn't really a game I wish I owned, I don't think. If I want a game, I usually just go buy it.
That said, there are a few games that have kinda piqued my interest, but which I haven't gotten around to picking up here and there. These would include Hollow Earth Expedition probably, Totems of the Dead—a Savage Worlds setting/game, and maybe also the new Star Wars game.
#17: Funniest Game You Played. Had to have been a convention game of Kobolds Ate My Baby. But it was really late, and a few of the players were kinda drunk, and it was years ago now. I don't remember a lot of the details other than that one character died due to the amorous attentions of a dog. Another character was in a church--at the baptism of a baby no less--and tried to swap out the baby in front of everybody with a paper mache baby, sort of like Indiana Jones with the idol at the beginning of Raiders. Obviously it didn't work, but what a great image. And it was hilarious.
#18: Favorite Game System. I'm still always on the look-out for the Holy Grail of game systems that does exactly what I want exactly how I want it. I haven't found it yet. Currently, my favorite is Microlite20, and probably will be for some time to come. Then again, it's a largely theoretical favorite, because I haven't actually been able to use it as much as I'd like either.